Attend the 5th Annual Law Enforcement Association Leadership Symposium at USD

September 18-20, 2019 on the beautiful University of San Diego campus

SEPTEMBER 18-20

Tackle the Challenges Facing Law Enforcement and Public Safety Associations and Their Members

Delve into critical issues facing law enforcement associations with some of the nation’s brightest minds and experts at the University of San Diego (USD). With program content driven by the modern needs of large police and sheriff associations, this symposium will explore pertinent and topical information designed to provide relevant and immediately practical skills that will benefit your association. Beyond the programming and training, stimulating networking and socializing activities will be abundant at America’s #1 rated “Most Beautiful Campus” (Princeton Review).

Featured Topics in 2018:

  1. Association Alliances Teamwork to impact the national dialogue
  2. High Profile Criminal Trials Defending your members and winning the media war
  3. Negotiations How to overcome organized opposition
  4. Use of Force Human memory and BWCs
  5. Off Duty? The role of associations in the wake of the Route 91 tragedy
  6. Leadership & Succession Planning What we can learn from the military

Key Highlights and Learning Outcomes

  • Gain insight into modern trends affecting the roles of law enforcement associations in the United States
  • Identify methods and strategies to enhance member and community engagement
  • Explore pertinent issues related to pensions and government finance

Accommodations

Omni Hotel & Resort is the official conference hotel. Get the conference rate when making your reservation, be sure to reference “University of San Diego Law Enforcement Leadership Association Symposium.”

Omni Hotel & Resort
675 L Street
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 231-6664

Registration

Registration will open in early 2019. Please check back for updates.

For more information, or to be put on the waiting list for 2019, call (877) 998-6427 or submit the form on this page.